Younger entrepreneurial skills wish to change the world
Innovation Norway is arranging an Entrepeneurial gathering at Lillehammer College School for 100 younger individuals between the ages of 18 and 25 from 7 to 10. August.
Eight out of ten candidates responded in a survey that they imagine they will create or contribute to innovation that may change the world.
Upfront of the gathering, individuals responded to an informal survey that illustrates that younger entrepreneurs take the theme of the 12 months severely certainly.
88 per cent of the survey individuals say it will be significant or crucial that the corporate they begin is sustainable and 92 per cent say it will be significant or crucial that the product or answer has a constructive impression on society.
The occasion, known as Emax, consists of lectures, workshops and group work the place individuals develop expertise and a base for creating Norway’s subsequent main international firm. Emax is basically about taking part in a simulator sport the place individuals can lead an actual enterprise and should make enterprise selections alongside the best way. The profitable crew will get a visit to the start-up metropolis of Toronto.
On the opening day, Innovation Norway’s CEO Anita Krohn Traaseth and HR Director Yvonne Fosser will take part in a dialog with two of the individuals. Different audio system are the entrepreneurs Kimberly Larsen from Time to Riot, Julie Bauge, co-founder of FlowMotion, and Janke Nije Jamanca from Jarga Designs.
The press is invited to attend the occasion by appointment, and we gladly prepare interviews with the individuals or representatives from Innovation Norway. Please contact related individuals out of your native space.
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